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EXTREMES MEET
IN MID-PACIFIC
Modern Liner Honolulan
Converses With Ning Po,
Ancient Chinese Junk
Windjammer, Resurrected
for Exhibition Purposes,
Nearing This Coast
The Matson liner Honolulan, Captain
F. J. Bennett, xvhlch arrived yesterday
from Honolulu, was in company last
Monday for a few minutes with the
Chinese junk Ning Po, Captain Toft,
■which loft Shanghai 141 days ago for
San Diego. The Honolulan encountered
the ancient windjammer about 400
miles off shore. Not expecting to see
Chinese junks in this vicinity, Captain
Bennett changed theHonolulan's course
bo as to pass close to the strange craft,
which at first he took for a sailing
vessel under jury rig and perhaps in
trouble.
Captain Toft asked to be reported In
San Francisco. In response to Captain
Bennett's query as to whether he need
ed anything, the skipper of the junk
replied:
"Xot a thing , . Just say you saw us
and that we are all right."
The Nlng Po is being brought to this
coast for exhibition purposes.
The Honolulan brought a large cargo
»nd the following passengers:
L. AaroD. Mrs. A. T. Henderson, A. J. Bulger,
F. J. Basedow. Mrs. B. Bossell. A. Bicknell.
Mrs. A. Blrknell, Mr. Bicknell. Miss Bicknell, S.
N. CastK W. F. Col ton, M. Dockstadter. A. F.
Fowler. Mrs. A. F. Fowler, R. K. MlUlken. Jobn
8. Macbeth. R. fi. Raphael. Mrs. R. O. Raphael,
Mrs. J. C. Steole, Miss V. Sciaronl. C. K. Warn,
Mrs. C. k. Warn. F. Wilson, W. C. Zickefoose,
Mrs. W. C. Zickefoose.
WUhelmlna Sail* for Honolulu
The Matson liner Wilhelmina, Cap
tain Peter Johnson, sailed yesterday
for Honolulu with a large cargo and a
full complement of passengers. The
passengers included:
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Adams, A. W. Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Armstrong. J. H. Ashdown.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ATery. Miss B. Baddaky, C.
P. Banning. Charles L. Beal, A. G. Beer. Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Bellinger. Mrs. Lena Blckerton, Mrs.
Ida Blust. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bncka, Jef
frey ( arqupvllle. Miss K. Carqueville. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex R. Carqueville. George Casey, Mr. and
Mrs. George R. Chambers, Mr. end Mrs. Frank
L. Clarke, H. C. Clemenee. Mies Alice Cole. Mrs.
Ella Cole. Mis* Ethel W. Coll. J. Cooper, George
Cote. 3. R. Daggett, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Darling,
F. C. Daweon, Mrs. Thomas Dunn, Mrs. E. Ed
wards, Miss Henrietta Frear. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Frear. Dr. R. S. Freund, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Gardiner, W. Irring, S. A. Jaeger, Mrs. Lillian
F!*k Jaeger, Mrs. Thomas B. Jeffrey, Mrs. J. S.
Jennings. Mr. and Mr«. K. M. Jordan, Mr. and
Mr?. J. S. Joslyn. Rlno Juel, Mr. and Mrs. John
8. Kellner. Pγ. W. 11. Ketchiun. Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Kittridge, Miss C. Koibert. Mr. ami Mrs.
< E. Lang. Miss Emma M. Loesch. C. F. Loesen,
Mist Ida rOrange, Miss Alberta Marquis, Mrs.
John Marquis. Miss F.dna Maxwell, Mrs. Archer
McDonald. Mrs. A. McDonald. G. S. McKenzie,
F. McQuester, Mr. and Mre. H. W. Meyers, E.
Millburn. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nichols, Miss M.
Pag.-, Mrs. J. Page, Dr. A. M. Parker, Miss
Gladys Pearne. Mrs. K. B. Pracey and child,
Mrs. 11. C. Prevoet, J. H. Kindlaub. Miss E.
Rlmllaub, Miss Alice Rolpn, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Knaaetl, Mi*s Norma Ryland, Mrs. C. E. Sawyer,
Mrs. Matlida Sehulte, Miss Emma Schulte Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Slierlock. Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Sinclair, K. A. Sing. Miss N. Smith, Mr. and
Mr*. K. Stein. J. H. Stenger, O. A. SteTens,
Mrp. M. N. Strauss and child. Mrs. J. Strum,
Walter F. Sutheret. Miss Kathryn Thels Miss
Mattie Thels. Charles TheK Mrs. Emilia Thomp
son. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Tiedeman, Miss Helen
K. Vail. Miss A. Valpey, Max Weber, Mrs. A.
M. Wesfrwelt. Mr. and Mrs. George Woodland.
Mrs. r. S. Zeare.
Tenyo Mara !■ Dae Today
Captain Ernest Bent, commodore of
the Toyo Kisen Kaisha service, is ex
pected to bring , his flagship, the Tenyo
Maru, Into port early this morning.
According to wireless advices the big
turblner will drop anchor In quaran
tine about 8 o'clock and the passen
gers will be landed while the day
!s still young. The Tenyo has nearly
6,000 tone of cargo, which Includes 100
tons of raw silk. On board the liner
are 59 cabin passengers, 32 in the sec
ond cabin and 65 In the steerage.
Change of Master*
Steamer Pride of the River, John
Stephenson old master, E. S. Lee new
master.
Water Front IVotes
Receipt* of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 2,350,000 feet.
The steamer Santa Rosalia of the
Maple Leaf line, put in here yesterday
from the north to finish loading, and is
scheduled to sail today for Swansea.
The Oceanic Steamship company's
Sierra is due tomorrow from Honolulu
■with a large number of passengers.
The Pacific Mail liner City of Para,
Captain Russell, will sail at noon to
morrow for Panama and way ports.
The liner Mongolia, which sails Sat
urday for the far east, will carry an
unusually large number of passengers,
including many for Manila, and a ca
pacity cargo.
On account of yesterday being a
legal holiday many of the wharves and
most of the steamship offices were
closed all day.
The state board of harbor commis
sioners will hold its regular weekly
meeting this morning in the ferry
depot.
The steamers Brooklyn, Flfleld and
Elizabeth and the schooner Oakland
were all reported yesterday barbound
at Bandon.
Army Transports
Tbe Buford is at San Francisco.
Tbe Crook Iβ at San Fraoclsco.
The Logan left San Francisco Jin nary 6 for
Mtrnlla.
The Sheridan is In port.
The Sherman sailed February 5 for Manila.
Tbe Thomas left Manila February 2 for this
ASTORIA. Feb. 12.—Tank *teamer W. S. Por
ter arrired Tuesday evening from S«n Francisco
with a cargo of crude oil.
French ship Thiers suited Tuesday eTening for
thr United Kingdom with a cargo of grain.
Steamer Breakwater sailed today for Coos Bay
with freight and passengers.
Steamer Klamath sailed today for San Pedro
witat a cargo of 100,000 feet of piling.
Steamer George W. Fenwick arrired this
morning from San Francisco and will load lum
ber ar tbc Hammond mill.
Tank Pteampr Atlas, with oil barge 03 In tow,
armed this afternoon from San Francisco.
Lure of British Stage Is
Making Ritchie Itch
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Call)
INDIANAPOLJS, Ind.. Feb. 12.—Wil
lie Ritchie is considering: an offer for
three months' work on the English
stage, two weeks in Paris and two in
Berlin. The lightweight champion,
who is playing his eleventh week on
the stage, with 19 more to fill, and his
manager, Billy Nolan, said they would
accept the offer if their demands are
granted.
"We will sail the first or second
week in June if our demands are met,"
Nolan .said today. "By that time our
theatrical contracts will be filled.
Three months in Europe will bring
us bark to the United States about
September 1. Then we will take to
the ring and fight the best man in the
lightweight division.
"It is hard to say at this time "who
that fiphter will be. To me three of
them look to stand out by themselves
*s drawing cards. They are Woigast,
M«Farland and Rivers."
Ed McEwen Game to Bet
$100,000 on McCarty
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
CHICAGO. Feb. 12.—Ed McEwen,
prominent Canadian lumber man and
for 30 years a follower of fighters,
who arrived in Chicago today from
the Pacific coast, declared hie willing
ness to bet $100,000 or any part of that
turn that Luther McCarty, who now
claims the heavy weight championship,
can beat any fighter in the world.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Movements of Steamers !
TO ARRIVE
San Diego & Los Ang.. IMnltnotnab Feb. 13
Honolulu iHooolulan Feb. 13
\ntofagaeta pwdelia Feb. 13
Point Arena & Albion. .|Pomo Feb. 13
Port San Lois [Coos Bar Feb. 13
Sal. Cruz & San Diego.. Nebraakan Feb. 13
Balboa Tin Aeapulco Peru Feb. 13
Portland & Astoria Roe* City Feb. 13
!.o* Angeles jBear Feb. 13
5aa Diego &. Urn Ang.. 'Ooanoke Feb. HJ
Humboldt F. A. Kilburn... Feb. 1.1
rblna & Japan Irenyo Marti Feb. 13
Humboldt North Ferk ...IFeb. 13
Los Angeles Coronado ' Feb. 14
l-os Angeles direct Vale Feb. 14
Honolulu Sierra Feb. 14
Ptigpt Sound Porte Senator Feb. 14
San Ptego & Los Ang..!Queen Feb. 14
Loi Angelea iSanta Barbara. .'Feb. IS
Portland & Astoria... .iKlamath jFetj. 15
Tort Bragg Brunswick [Feb. 15
San Diego & I.os Aug.. Harvard |Fi4». 15
Norfolk via Taltal 3. A. Hooper IFeb. 13
Seattle & Taconia Ad. Sampson.... Feb. 15
Portland & Astoria Geo. W. Elder..IFeb. 15
I.os Angeles Centralis [Feb. 15
Humboldt City of Top*ka.|Feb. 15
I.os Angeleg ' Norwood Feb. Iβ
lx>a Angelee jHanaleL Feb. Iβ
Peattle direct (President |Keb. Iβ
MendociDo & SbeL Core Sea Foam Feb. Iβ
Los Angles IParalio Feb. Iβ
sen Diego & Urn Ang.. State of Cal... Feb. 17
I.os Angelee & Way Pts Santa Clara ...'Feb. 17
Ban Diego & Loa Ang.. Yale [Feb. 17
Honolulu Hyadea (Feb. 17
Pnget Sound Craftsman Feb. 17
Iqulqne & Mancanlllo.. Cusco Feb. 18
Loe Angelee Koee City Feb. 18
Sal. Cruz & San Diego. Columbian Feb. 19
Tocopilla Adorna Feb. 18
TO SAIL
Dite j
I Dcsttnatfon | Sallu jPler
Feb. 13!Multnomah ',
Feb. l.USanta Rosalia..H
Feb. laiNaraJO ji
Feb. W,State of Cal ji
Feb. 14|Corooado ... .'..['
Fe!>. 14iCHy of Para. .11
Feb. HJBear [
Feb. 14 Roanoke f
Feb. 14'Yale li
Feb. H'F. A. Kllbnrn..
Feb. 15!Cheballe |f
Feb. 1"> Santa Barbara..
Feb. 15'Oooe Bay
Feb. l-VHanrard !
Feb. 1." Mongolia
Feb. LilAatec
Feb. 15|Enterprls«
Feh. 15'Queen !
Fob. 15'Roee City !
Feb. 15iGeo. W Elder.ll
Feb. 15!Nome City ...1
Feb. 15 Centralla i
Feb. lSiVangnard
Feb. J5 l North Fork
Feb. 1C Norwood (
Feb. 16 Arctic
Feb. le'Pomo
Feb. 17'President '
Feb. 17'Paralso
Feb. 17Yale I
Feb. 18'Carlos
Feb. 18 Honolnlan
Feb. lSClry of Pnebla.
Feb. 18,Ad. Sampson ..
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iejro... 11 am fl
Harbor 10 am 21
i 12 m 42
nd ... 12 m 40
nd ... 10 am! 13
'lejro... 4 pm T
)ldt ... 12 m 13
Harbor 6 pm) 19
>a Har. 1 pm ....
n Luis. 4 pm 11
ngeles.. 4 pm 7
ong ... 1 pm 42
i 12 m 42
, 12 m 38
Sound. 11 am 9
Dgtlee.. 11 am 40
'lego... 7 pm 13
Sound. 6 pm 38
Harbor 10 am 21
oldt .. 11 am 27
olrtt .. 12 m. 38
Harbor 10 am ....
Jragg.. 3 pm ....
Arena. 6 pm 8
•logo... 2 pm 9
nd ... 0 am 8
a eel es.. 4 pm 7
n<1 ... I 1 pm 2T
Slu ...12 m 88
Sound. 1 2 pm 9
Sound. I 3 pm 10
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olulu ...
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE
!
Skajway & Way Ports. Curacao ...;... .[Feb. 12
Skagway & Way Ports. IJefferwm IFeb. 17
KodTak & Way Ports.. jYukon IFeb. 20
PIER DIRECTORY
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
8.... Washington Pier 17 1
5 Jackson Pier 19 1
7 PacIflc'PIer 21
0 Broadway 1 Pier 23 Ore*
11 Broadway 2Pier 25 Gree
13 ValleJo'Pler 27 X
15 GreenlPier M
SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
Piw 2 Mission ljPier 24 Spear
Pier 4 Mission 2!Pier 28 M«ln
Pier 6 Howwd 1!Pier 84 Betle
Pier 8 Howard 2 Pier 36 Fremont
Pier 10 Howard 3 Pier 38 Firit
Pier 12 FoJsom l'Pier 401
Pier 14 Foleotn 2,'Pier 42 V P. M. S. S. Co.
Pl«r 16 Harrison ! Pier 44 j
Pier 20 gteuartlPier 54 Fourth
Sam, Moon and Tide
United States coast and geodetic surrey—Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point. For city
front (Mission street wharf), add 25 minutes.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13
Sun rises 7:03
Son sets 3:48
Moon sets 12:05 a. m.
First quarter moon.. .February 14, at 12:25 a. m.
FuM moon February IH>, at 5:54 p. m.
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HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
Depth at mean low water, entrance to harbors.
It.
est water over I
with Inner bar P.
can buoy bearing
>A N. (mag. I.
□ .
■—
ward and changing *
little to the north.
150 to 200
out for buoy.
irangers entering should
keep range well open
to northward.
est watpr MX) U
black buoy «t
jetty.
order.
out, slightly to
werd.
ohannel
feet
nel.
width.
V. s. Branch Hrdroeranhlc Office
A branch of the United States hydrographte
office, located In tbe Merchants' Exchange, Iβ
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality, and free
of eipenne. Navigators are cordially invited to
visit tbe office, Tvbere a complete set of charts
and nailing directions of the world are kept at
band for comparison and reference, and the latest
information can always he obtained regarding
lights, dangers to narlgation and matters of in
terest to ocean commerce.
B. G. BARTHALOW,
Lieutenant, U. 8. N., In Charge.
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners of
the Pacific
(Special Ptupeteh to Tb« Call)
SAN PEDRO, Feb. 12.—Steamer Paraiso has
arrired from Portland via San Francisco carry
ing passengers and freight for the West Comet
Steamship company and 1,100,000 feet of lumber
for the Southern California Lumber company and
others.
Steamer Riverside dfscharged a partial cargo
of lumber for the Consolidated Lumber company
at Wilmington end proceeded for Redondo Beach
to discharge the remainder, tbence for Everett
in ballast to reload.
After baring discharged 200.000 feet of lum
ber for consignees at Redomlo Beach, eteamer
Saginaw arrived bere with 500,000 additional
feet, loaded at Wlllapa Harbor and consigned
to the Hart-Wood lumber company.
Steamer Norwood arrived fron» Grays Harbor
yin San Kranrhwo. bringing: pasfrnrere and
freight and R75.000 feet of lumber for the South
ern California Lumber company and others.
Tbc Pueiflo (oast company's uteamer Queen
proceeded this morning for San Diego with pas
sengers and freight, and will touch bere tomor
row .lorth bound for Puget bound ports ria San
Francisco.
Steamer Sanfa Barbara has nrrired from WM
lapa Harbor ria Wan Francisco and Redondo
with balance, of lumber cargo.
Departures today Includes tbe eteamer Bear,
on nf-hedule for Portland via San Kranelwo end
Astoria with m large paKsensrer and freight list.
Steamer Santa Monies arrived this morning
Ciois Grays tiarbor via Saa Francisco with paa
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, FEBRUABY 13, 1913.
WIRELESS REPORTS
, FROM SHIPS AT SEA
MARCONI WIRELESS
Tfceae report* are received directly
from the Pacific coaat etatlona of the
Marconi Wireless company i
Tuesday, Feb. 11.
STEAMER SANTA MABIA — From Port Ssn
Lula, for Honolulu; Feb. 11, 8 p. a>., 1,283
miles from Port Sao Luis. All well.
STEAMER LTOLTNE— From S«n Francleco; Feb.
11. 8 p. m., 2,028 miles from San Francisco.
All well.
BRITISH STEAMER CTTZCO—From nitrate port.
f->r San Francisco; Feb. 11. 8 p. m., off Cape
San Lucas. All well.
STEAMER WASHTEKAW—From X'ancmirer. for
Port San Luis: Feb. 11, S r>. m., 488 milee
north of Ban Francisco. All well.
STEAMER ROMA—From Vancouver, for Port
San Lule; Feb. 11, 8 p. in., 147 miles south
of San Frandeco. AH well.
STEAMER HYADES—From Port Allen, for San
Francisco: Feb. 11. 8 p. m., 1.107 miles from
San Francisco. All well.
BRITISH STEAMER NILE— Hence Feb. S for
Honolulu and Yokohama; Feb. 11. 8 p. m.,
1.038 miles from San Francisco. All well.
BRITISH STEAMER PERSIA—From Yokohama.
for Honolulo: Feb. 11, 8 p. m., 1,902 miles
west of Honolulu. All well.
STEAMER SIERRA—From Honolulu, for San
Francisco; Feb. 11, 8 p. m.. 853 miles from
San Francisco. Fresh SE wind: moderate sea;
barometer, 30.10; temperature, 65.
STEAMER SONOMA—From San Francisco Feb.
11, for Honolulu ami Sydney; Feb. 11. 8 p. m.,
35 mllee from San Francieco lightship. Moder
ate NW wind and swell; barometer, 30.33;
temperature, 53. All well. |
STEAMER W. F. HERRIN —From Monterey, for
Portland; Feb. 11, 8 p. m., 10 miles north of
Point Reyes. Fine weather; light NW wind;
I sea smooth.
STEAMER HILONIAJT—From Paget sound, for
Honolulu; Feb. U, 8 p. m., 75 mllee from
Tatoosh. Strong southerly wind; rough sea.
All well.
Wednesday, Feb. 12.
STEAMER ADELINE SMITH—From Norfolk, for
Coos Bay; passed San Francisco beads Feb. 12,
8 a. m. All O. K.
BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 12.
STEAMER ADELINE SMITH—B p. m., 140 miles
north of San Francisco.
STEAMER FALCON—7 p. m.. off Point Arena.
STEAMER GENERAL HITBBARP 8 p. m., 15
mtles south of Pigeon point.
STEAMER HANALEI—B p. m., 11 miles south
of Point Montara.
STEAMER OLEUM—B p. m.. alx miles north of
San Francisco.
STEAMER LANSINQ-β p. m., 180 mile* south
of San Francisco.
STEAMER ROSE CITY—B p. m., off Point Ca
brlllo.
STEAMER V?. T. HERRIN—B p. m., 240 miles
south of Columbia river.
STEAMER WASHTENAW—B p. m., 237 miles
north of San Fr&nclsco.
STEAMER CHEHAT.TS—B p. m., 20 miles south
of Point Arena.
STEAMER CATANIA—« p. m., 193 miles north
of San Francisco.
STEAMER CITY OF TOPEKA—B p. m., nine
miles south of Point Arena.
STEAMER HARVARD—Passed Pigeon point at
8 p. in.
STEAMER ROMA—B p. tn., 95 miles north of
San Francisco.
STEAMER WILLAMETTE—B p. m.. 12 miles
south of Pigeon point.
SEATTLE. Feb. 13.
BTEAMER MAVERICK—From San Francisco, for
Portland; off Slip point at 6 p. m.
STEAMER ADMIRAL SAMPSON—From Seattle,
for San Francisco; off Race rock at 8 p. m.
STEAMER MA3JPOSA—WiII arrire at 0 a. m.
Feb. 13.
ASTORIA, Feb. 12. *
STEAMER ATLAS —Pi ore San Francleco. for
Seattle; 96 miles south of Cap* Flattery at
8 p. m.
STEAMER SENATOR—From Seattle, for San
Francisco; \?ight miles south of Destruction
island At B#. m.
STEAMER BUCXMAN—From San Francisco, for
Seattle; 2jO miles south of Destruction Island
at 8 p. tn.
EUREKA, Teb. 12.
STEAMER ASXTNCION—33B miles north of San
Francisco.
STEAMER ARGYLL—7:3O p. m., passing Cape
Blanco.
STEAMER SPEEDWELL—S:3O p. m., fire miles
south of Arago.
STEAMER YOSEMTTE—IO miles south of Be
ceta head.
STEAMER CATANIA—I 93 miles north of San
Francisco.
BTEAMER LEELAKAW—2BB miles north of San
Francleco.
EAST SAN PEDRO, Feb. 12.
STEAMER CARLOS—6 p. ai., 10 miles north of
Concepclon.
STEAMER CVZC0 —Passed Cape San Lucas at 7
p. m. Feb. 11.
STEAMER SANTA RITA—Feb. 11. 8 p. m.,
1.175 miles south of Sao Luis.
STEAMER BEAR—B p. m., six mUes east of
Concepcion.
STEAMER RIVERSIDE—Left Redondo for San
Francisco at 7:30 p. m.
STEAMER PARAISO—B p. m., 24 miles south of
San Pedro.
sengers and freight for tbe West Coaet Steam
ship company and MO,OOO feet of lumber for th*
San Pedro Lumber company.
Steamer Falcon is due tonight from Tacotna
carrying 1.000,000 feet of lumber consigned to
the Consolidated Lumber company at Wilming
ton.
Schooner Meteor has arrived, 19 days from
Grays Harbor, and will discharge 540.000 feet of
lumber in the Southern Pacific slip for Arizona
consignees.
PORTLAND. Feb. 12.—With 800.000 feet of
lumber, steamer Daisy, Captain Smith, left for
San Francisco this morning.
About the only offshore Tessel working in the
riTer today is the British steamship Harlesden,
which la loading lumber at the Eastern and
Western mill.
In tow of the Ocklahama, the British ship
Crown of India left Llnston for Westport this
morning to load lumber for the United Kingdom.
Her lay days do not begin until Saturday.
Davtes & Fehon have taken the British steam
ship Silverbtrch under time charter for eight
months at a rate of 6s 3d. After she takes a
cargo of coal from Japan to Honolulu she will
come to the Columbia rlrer to load lumber for
Australia.
It was reported this morning that the Ham
burg-American Steamship company may lease
the Albers dock on which to discharge freight
on th* establishment of the regular trans-Paclfle
service out of her<\ Columbia No. 2, it is said,
may be used by tbe American-Hawaiian line.
EUBEKA, Feb. 12.—Aside from the departure
of the steamer F. A. Kilburn for San Francisco
thin afternoon, sot a steamer crosaed the bar
today.
Steamer City of Topeka is expected early to
morrow morning from San Francisco.
Norwegian steamer Aitasla aud the American
schooner Polaris are expected hero late next
month to load rough, clear redwood for Austra
lia.
SEATTLE, Feb. 12. —Sailed—Rteamem Enrek*
and Admiral Sampson, for San Francisco; steam
er Thomas L. Wand, for Los Angeles.
PORT TOWNBEND, Feb. 12.—Sailed—Bark
entine J. M. Griffiths, for Tahiti.
EVEBETT, Feb. 12.—ArriTed—Steamer Olsmj
lc Mabony, from San Francisco.
The New "OLYMPIC"
FITTED WITH
DOUBLE SIDES
AND ADDITIONAL
WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS
EXTENDING FROM THE
BOTTOM to the TOP
OF THE VESSEL
Will Sail from i *1 1 O M Q And Regularly
NEW YORK Apill lL" lVlay
AMERICAN LINE RED STAR LINE
„ „ _. .. _. . Loadoß, Part*, ▼!• Dover—Antwerp
.N.V.-riymoutb-rherbourcr-Sonttaainpton ■miiiVP OTID I IMF
Philadelphia—4uren»t<m n —Liverpool WHITE SIAK Lint
ATI IUTIA THIUAIMRT ■ iuf N.Y.-Plymouth-Cherfootire;-So«tlianip«on
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE "^gsSSZSSZZzk'zzxr ,
Mew Ynrk*.|,ondon Direct N. Y. & Boston—Mediterranean— Efypt
Pacific Ceaat Agency, 310 Geary St.—Ph. liearny 3265, op. St. Francis Hotel, S. F.
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau, San Francisco, February 12.
RAINFALL DATA
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ento
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
24.87
13.21
5.38
1"..8!)
8.90
3.9«
2.79
1.81
4.79
4.35
3.44
27.64
15.45
12.12
14..''.4
14.23
10.18
5.82
5.70
12.14
9.42
6.12
20.53
7.13
4.29
9.45
6.08
4.57
2.05
0.87
7.14
2.83
2.57
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
In the following table* the maximum and mini
mum temperatures and rainfall are given:
STATIONS
5 S"
I »
5 5
3| 5?
S IE
■ STATIONS £ r
§ I »
•i s , •*
: ? r
•3
I
a>
5"
I
ler 30 10
so 38 20
Monte Sβ 46
•eka 48 36
gauff .... 40 14
eoo 68 42
en* 40 10
loluln .... 76 64
ependence. 60 34
llspell .... 28 10
Angele*.. 62 50
rehfleld ... 64 ...
lena 44 ...
Tamalpais 56 47
th Head.. 48 40
tenix 68 42
:ateUo Sβ 6
Reyes Lt. 47 44
tland 50 30
Bluff....
sburg
amouto ..
Lake
Diego ;
• •
le
at —
t
b '
ifc
Walls.
'••• '•'••.
•Snow on ground 58 inches.
EASTERN STATIONS
lc City".
......
> I
stou ...
o
:olnes...
City...
i
jo
>rt
ton ...
B*y...
•as ....
.OOliKnoxYllle ...
.00 IxmlsTiHe ...
.00 Memphis i
T. .Montgomery .
.30 'Montreal .
.OOiiMoorhead
.00 iNew Orleans.
.00! New York
.00 North Platte.
.00 Oklahoma ...
.00) Pltteborg ....
.08 Roewell
T.I St. Louie
.00 j St. Paul
.72! Tampa
.00 Toledo
.001 Washington ..
.04! Winnipeg ....
.ooi :
nrille .
s City..
'ALASKA STATIONS
agie
ome
if Ire
•Reports of yesterday.
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressnre continues high over the western
half of the country and there nave been no
changes of importance. No rain has fallen west
of the Mississippi river during the last 24 hours,
except in Texas. Fog prevails along the coaat of
California and Oregon.
Temperatures continue low In all the eastern
states except on the gulf coast and on the south
Atlantic coast. There has been a sharp fall in
temperature in New York, Pennsylvania and
New Enpland. At Boston tt Is 22 degrees colder
and at New York 20. The temperature is below
freezing point from Kanaae to Maine.
In California and also in Nevada the weather
continues warm. In the Interior afternoon tem
neratures range from 82 to 68 degrees.
FORECAST
Forecast made at San Francisco for 30 hours
ending midnight Thursday, February 13, 1913:
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Thurs
day, with fog: moderate west wind.
For Santa Clara valley—Fair Thursday, with
fog in the morning; moderate temperature; light
north wind . .
For Sacramento valley—Fair Thursday; mod
erate temperature; light north wind.
For San Joaquln valley—Fair Thursday; mod
erate temperature; light north wind.
For California south of the Tehachapi—Fair
Thursday with for in the morning: light souta
wind ' A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster.
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 12.—Observation* taken
at 7 a. m. today:
0 ■■-■ ■■■>,■.■;;■;■
- . •.■■-..■■■■ „"
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• -::.'■/..■■
1.7
■„....:•■- ■ ■' ■'.---.•"■ -'.V"f.---■■;. ,•.■>■,
STATIONS
.
o
•a c
•\ ■ . .-.-■■■■ ■
:
Sacramento watershed —
Kennett, Sacramento river.
Red Bluff, Sacramento river
St. John, Stony creek
Jaeinto. Sacramento river..
Colusa, Sacramento river...
Kni.ehts I.RiidlTur. Sac. river
Orovllle, Feather river
Marysvllle. Yuba river
Nicolaus, Feather river
Folsom, American river
Sacramento. Sac. river
25.0
23.0
12.0
21.0
29.0
18.0
25.0
30.0
25.0
1.
4.'
—0.0
—0.0
—o.o
—0.0
—o.o
—0.1
—0.0
•o.t
—O.I
—0.1
0.0
—0.3
29.6
13.0
San Joaqoln watershed —■
.Tacksonvile, Ttiolumne river!
Melonea, Stanislaus river...
Lathrop, San Joaquln river.
Jenny Lind. Calaveras river.
Elecfra, Mokelumne river...
Bencons Ferry. Mokel, river
20.0
17.0
10.0
12.0
12.0
—0.0
—0.0
•0.1
—0.0
—0.0
—0.8
•Indicates a Hue. —Indicates a fall.
RIVER FORECAST
There will be no appreciable change In the
river stages during the next two days.
N. R. TAYLOR, Local Forecaster.
Shipping Intelligence ]
U — —♦
• ARRIVED
Wednesday. Feb. 13.
12-45 a. in., «tmr Honolulan. Bennett, 7 days
6 hours from Honolulu; passengers and merchan
dise to Matson Narigetion company.
820 a m.. etmr Willamette, Reiner, 54 hours
from Columbia river; bound south, put In for
fuel and paa«ten«;ere. _~.„„
•>-10 p. n>. bark Andrew Welch. Kelly, 20 days
from Honolulu; 8,000 bags sugar to Mateon Navi
gation company. , -^
2-SO p W-. ettnr Hardy. Mirbelson, 40 hours
from Cooe Bay: 420,000 feet lumber to Hardy
Lumber company.
3 d m.. stmr Aberdeen, Moloney, 88 hours
from San Pedro; ballast to E. Cnrtls.
4pm stmr North Fork, Nelson, 22% honni
from Eureka; 860,000 feet lumber to th* Charles
Nelson company. ,-«.», _, ...
3:55 p. in., launch Ruth, Cooginf, 12 hours
from Monterey, with launch Fad In tow.
3:55 p. m., launch Fad, 12 hours from Monte
rey, in tow launch Ruth; towed to San Francisco
tor'an OTerheultn*.
12-15 p. m., ettnr Vanguard. Odland, 24 honrs
from Eureka; 323,000 feet lumber to E. J. Dodge
2*40 *• »•• utmr Nann Smith, Mageo, 36 hours
from Oooe Bay; 1,«00,000 feet lumber to C. A.
Smith Lumber company.
0:25 a. m., etmr Arctic, Llnner, 15 hours from
Fort Bragg. *ia Mendocino IS bours; 320,000
feet lumber to Union Lumber company.
5:50 a. in., sttcr G. C. Lindaoer, Snndmsn, 62
hoars from Grays Harbor; 430,000 feet lumber to
5«50 a. m.. stinr No.ro. Matsen. 84 boon from
Hueneme; ballast to Union Lumber company.
»:15 a. m., stmr Harvard, Jepsen. IT% hoors
rom San Pedro; passengers and merchandise to
'aciflc Navigation company.
o a. m., etmr Whittter, Zolllng, 19 bonre from
>ort San Luis; barrels oil to Union Oil com
pany, up river direct. »
CLEARED
Wednesday, Feb. 12.
Stmr City of Topeka. Zeh. Eureka; Pacific
oast Steamship company.
Stmr Hanalei. Hamma, San Pedro; Independent
teamsbip company.
Wednesday. Feb. 12.
8:20 p. m., stmr Alwrdeen. Maloney. Eureka.
10:15 p. m., Btmr Whitesboro, Frederickson, j
reenwood.
9 a. jn., echr Oregon, Mellbere. Coquille.
2:20 p. m., stmr Pasadena, MeGovern, Albion, i
2:50 p. m., etmr Sauta Clara, Jessen, San j
•edro, via way ports.
3:05 p. m., stmr Novo, Matsen, Fort Bragg.
3:50 p. m., stmr Brunswlek, Wahtgren, Fort i
Bragg.
4:30 p. m., etmr Del Korte, Sanfotd, Crescent
City.
4:40 p. ni., etmr Uanaiei, Hamma, San Pedro.
4:10 p. m.. etmr Harvard.'Jepeen. San Pedro.
4:15 p. m., *tmr Newburg, Norberg, Grays
Harbor.
4:25 p. m., stmr Sea Foam, Henrlckscn, Men
ocino.
5 p. m., stmr Oleum, Curtis, Portland.
12:15 p. u>.. t-tmr City of Topeka, Zeb. Eureka.
12:45 p. m., etmr Wllhelmina, Jobnson, Hono
ulu.
2:05 p. m., etmr Willamette, Reiner, San
Pedro.
weather Reports
POINT LOUPS, Feb. 12, 10 p. m.—Weather
oggy; wind northwest, velocity Iβ miles per
»our.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 12. 8 p. ra.—Weather |
hick; wind northwest, velocity eight miles per
oar.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 12. 12 m. — Weather
hick; wind west, velocity four miles per hour.
POINT LOBOS, Feb. 12, 9 a. m.—Weather
hick; wind west, velocity four miles per hour.
FARALLON ISLAND. Feb. 12, 8 a. m.—
Weather cloudy; wind northwest, Telocity four
miles per hour.
POINT REYES, Feb. 12, 8 a. m.—Weather
thick and calm.
NORTH HEAD, Feb. 12, noon— Weattser clear;
wind east, velocity six miles per boor; bar j
mooth.
TATOOSH, Feb. 12 8 a, m.—Weather eloudx;
wind east, velocity 15 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
SANTA BARBARA — ArriTed Feb. 13 —Stmr
Doris, from San Pedro.
TATOOSH—Passed out Feb. 12. 10 a. m.—
tmr Shna Yak, from Olympia, for San Dlege;
:40 p. m., etmr Senator, from Seattle, for San
'ranelseo.
Passed In Feb. 12, 4 p. m.—Stmr Maverick,
enee Feb. 0 for Seattle.
VENTURA—SaiIed Feb. 12, 8:15 p. m.—Stmr
Willapa, for Saa Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 12 11:45 a. m.—Stmr Georg*
Loom Iβ, from San Diego.
TACOMA—Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr Shna Tak,
rom Seattle.
Sailed Feb. 12—Stmr President, for Seattle,
'eb. 11—Stmr Lyra, for Bellingham.
GAMBLE—Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr F. S. Loop,
ence Feb. 8.. Feb. 11 —Stmr Tiverton, hence,
Feb. T.
SOUTH BEND—Sailed Feb. 12, 8 p. m.—Stmr
Raymond, for San Francisco.
ASTORIA—Passed in Feb. 12—Barge 93. in
ow stmr Atlas, hence Fab. 9.
Sailed Feb. 12, 3 a. m.—Stmr Klamsth. for
San Francisco; stmr Breakwater, for Coos Bar.
Arrived Feb. 12, 7 a. m.— Stmr O. W. Fen
wick, from San Pedro.
EUREKA—SaiIed Feb. 12, 8 p. m.—Stmr F. A.
kilburn, for San Francisco.
SAN DIDGo —Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr Doris,
rom Santa Barbara; stmr Francis H. Leggett,
from San Pedro.
Sailed Feb. 12—U 8 etmr Sooth Dakota, for
Mexico; echr King Cyrus, for Columbia, river;
ecbr Albert Meyer, for Puget sound.
EVERETT—Arrived Feb. 12. 8 p. m.—Stmr
>lson & Mabony, bence Feb. 9. Feb. 11—Stmr
William Chatham, hence Feb. 8.
Cleared Feb. 11—Bktn J. M. Griffith, for Ta
hiti.
Sailed Feb. 11—Stmr Charles Nelson, for San
'rancisco.
ABERDEEN—SaiIed Feb. 12, 8 p. m.—Bktn
Arago, for Callao.
POINT RETES—Passed Feb. 12, 4:40 p. m.—
Iktn Aurora, from Newcastle, Aue., for Saa
Francisco, vis Honolulu.
BANDON — Arrived Feb. 12 — Schr Glendale,
hence Feb. 4; echr Anvil, from Astoria.
Sailed Feb. 12, 3 p. m.—Schr Oakland, for San
Francisco; power echr Anvil, for Astoria.
Barbound Feb. 12—Stmr Fifleld, for San Fran
lsco; etmr Brooklyn, for San Francisco; schr
Oakland, for Ran Francisco,
TOWNSEND—SaiIed Feb. 12—Bktn J. M. Grif
fith, from Mnkilteo, for Tahiti.
COOS BAY — Sailed Feb. 12, 5 p. m. - Stmr
peedwell, for San Pedro.
PORT SAN LUlS—Sailed Feb. 12. 4 p. m.—
tktn Fnllerton, In tow tug Defiance, for San
Francisco; 7 a. m., stmr Coos Bay, for San Fran- ■
isco; 5 s. m., stmr Lansing, for San Francisco.
Arrived Feb. 12, 4 a. m.—Stmr Coos Bay. from
anta Barbara.
SAN PEDRO—Arrived Feb. 12—Scbr Meteor,
tmr San Jaclnto, from Grays Harbor; stmr
hasta. from Astoria; stmr Santa Barbara, hence
Feb. 9; etmr Queen, hence Feb. 10; stmrs Pa
also and Santa Monica, hence Feb. 10; etmr
aglnaw. from Raymond.
Sailed Feb. 12—Stmrs Queen and Para too, for
an Diego; stmrs Bear and Alcatrax, for San
''rancisco.
SEATTLIS—SaiIed Feb. 12, 4:15 a. m.—Stmr
Eureka, for San Francisco. Feb. 11—8tmr Sens
or, for San Francisco.
MARSHFIELD—Arrived Feb. 12> 10 a. m.—i
Stmr hence Feb. 10.
PORTLAND—Arrived Feb. 11, 8 p. m.—Stmr
Camlno, hence Feb. 9.
ISLAND PORTS
MANlLA—Arrived Feb. 9— Br etnir Harmattan,
rom Norfolk, Va.
HONOLULU—Arrived Feb. 12, 1 a. m.—Stmr
.'irihie. hence Feb. 4; 8:15 a. m.. Ger stmr
Cleveland, bence Feb. 6; echr Andy Mabony,
rom Aberdeen; bark R. P. Rltbet, hence Jan. 19.
FOREIGN PORTS
VICTORIA — SaUed Feb. 12 —Stmr Senator,
rom San Francisco.
CRISTOBAL—Arrived Feb. 10—Stmr Advance,
rom New York.
Sailed Feb. 9—Stmr Colon, for New York,
PUERTO MEXICO — Arrived Feb. 10. — Stmr
Minnesotan, from New York.
GIBRALTAR—SaiIed Feb. B— Br etmr Willes
en, for Honolulu.
CALLAO — Arrived Feb. 12 — Bktn John C.
Meyer, from Aberdeen.
CHAMPERIOO—SaiIed Feb. 11—Ger etmr Sa
atia, for San Pedro and San Francisco; expects
o arrive at San Pedro Feb. 19.
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW YORK—Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr Manuel
Calvo, from Genoa; etmr California, from Glas
gow; etmr Adriatic, from Alexandria; stmr Mln
ewaska.from London; stmr Kaiser Wllhelm 11,
rom Bremen.
Sailed Feb. 12—Stmr Mauretania, for Urer
pool; etmr Kroonland, for Antwerp; etmr Ul
onta, for Naples.
ST. JOHN, N. B-—Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr Qor
ican. from Liverpool.
HALIFAX. N. S. — Arrived Feb. 12— Stmr
toyal Edward, from Bristol; etmr Voltnrne, from
totterdam.
CORONEL — Arrived prior to Feb. 13 — Btmr
Crown of Cordova, from San Franciset*.
SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed Feb. 12—etmr Auso
nia, for Portland; stmr Majestic, for New York.
MONACO — Arrived Feb. 12 — Stmr Caronla,
rom New York, for Naples.
GIBRALTAR—Arrived Feb. 12—Stmr Canopic,
from Boston, for Naples.
Passed Feb. 12—Stmr Keemnn, from Taeoma,
or Liverpool.
Sailed Feb. 12—Stmr Pannonla (from Naples).
or New York.
LIVERPOOL—Arrived Feb. 11—Stmr Magician,
rom San Francisco.
BREMEN—Arrived Feb. 11—Stmr Kronprinree
ln Cecilie, from New York.
MANlLA—Arrived prior to Feb. 12—Stmr Chi
cago Me.ru. from Tacoma.
Sailed Feb. 9—Stmr Ockler for a»«t«.
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BANDON. Feb. 12.—Schr Gleodale arrtre* to
day, and p<-hrs Oakland and Aurll sailed. Not
euough water for others to get oat.
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Summer Excursion Rates
Announced—Other News
of Railroads
1 William Sproule, president of the
Southern Pacific, wired local officials
of the company that he would lea,ve
New York yesterday on his way back
to this city, but would stop at Chicago
en route. Hβ has been one of the ac
tive participants in the preparation of
the plans for dissolving the merger of
the Southern Pacific and the Union
Pacific.
Summer excursion and convention
rates affecting California have just
been announced by the transcontinental
lines. Summer excursion rates will
apply from June 1 to September 30 and
will be <*i the basis of $72.50 for the
round trip from Chicago. $70 from St.
Louis, $60 from Missouri river points
and $55 from Denver. Convention
rates will be as follows: July 9 to 14,
international convention of Christian
Endeavor at Los Angeles, and August
30 to September 6, national convention
of letter carriers at San Francisco.
From Chicago $65, from St. Louie
from Missouri river points $55
and from Denver $50.
♦ ♦ #
The Pensylranla railroad has an
nounced that no more wooden sleeping
cars will be accepted for movement
over its lines. A notice to this effect
has been served upon all connecting
lines and also to the Pullman company.
All steel cars are to be substituted.
* • »
The Harriman lines have distributed
an order for 12,733 cars, of which the
Pressed Steel Car company will build
about 3,000 steel gondolas and ore cars
and the American Car and Foundry
company 10,000 box cars. The remain-
Ing- box, automobile and coal cars were
divided among the Pullman company,
which received the largest proportion,
the Standard Steel Car company and
the Bettendorf Axle company.
CADET RIFLE RESULTS
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12.—The results of the
fourth match in the national shooting competi
tion for military schools were announced today.
In the eastern dlrision, Bordentown, N. J., ao<l
St. John's of Manlius. N. V.. are still tied for
first place. In the western division Wentworth
of Islington. Mo,, and St John's of pelafleld.
Wie., are tied fdr first place, with Culver of
Indiana and Harvard of I.os Angeles, Cal., run
ners up with only one match lost for each. The
results and score* follow: Bordentown, SO4;
New Mexico, 841; New York, 814- Randolph, V
3., 658; Nazareth Hall Pa., 595, won from
Girard of Philadelphia by default; St. John's of
Manllus. N. V., 868 won from Miami, by de
fault; Culver, 914; Kentucky, 776; Harvard,
857; Keraper, 817; St. John's, Wis., 895; Mis
souri. 727; Wentworth, Mo., 930 won from
Hitchcock. Osl.. by default.
CHESS STABS BXADY
HAVANA, Feb. 12.—Sis chess experts wbo
will play in the tournament which begins next
Saturday arrived today on the steamer Sara
toga. The Tisltlng party is composed of Joee B.
Capablanea. the Cuban champion- F. J. Mar
shall, the American champion; David Janowaki
of Paris. Oscar Chajee of Chicago and Charles
Jaflfe and A. Kupchik of New York. Two Cuban
amateurs hare been selected to complete the
team. They are Juan Corae and Rafael Blanco.
Two rounds will be contested, glrlng each player
14 games.
BACKED HEART VS. LOWELL
The Sacred Heart baeeball team will line np
on the park Held ag&lnet the Lowell high nine this
afternoon. Thie game marks the first appearance
of the Catholic collegians this year. They are
going out after the A. A. I- title after an ab
eeace of two yeare. Jack O'Donnell will be on
the firing line for Sacred Heart, with O'Neill
doing the receWing. The Lowell battery baa not
been picked.
TTE TTSBWOTTEW T8 STTC T»AV WAfVB ,
RT. IX)UIS. Feb. 12.—Seren teams were still
tied for flret place in the six day bicycle race at
the end of the eecond night's racing. Morton and
Beck Mined two lape. but still are one lap be
hind the other*, they baring made 340 miles 6
laps only.
Police Tranefem —Chief of Police
White yesterday switched Lieutenants
Marcus Anderson and Daniel Sylvester.
Sylvester is transferred from the south
ern police station to the Richmond sta
tion. Anderson will go to the southern
district.
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STOCK BROKER FACES
$300,000 SWINDLE TRIAL
President of Mining Companies Accused
of Falsifying Reports and Appro
priating Funds
BOSTON, Feb. 12. —Stephen R. Dow. a
stock broker, was put on trial today
charged with fraudulently appropriat
ing about $300,000 from the North Lake.
Algoniah. Indiana and Franklin Mining
companies between 1908 and 1912 while
he was the president of each of the
companies. Assistant District Attorney
Abraham C. "Webber said that it would
be shown that Dow had made a false
statement regarding the companies'
mines in Michigan to the authorities of
that state and that in June, 1912. when
there should have been $100,000 In the
treasury of the Algomah company, the
amount was only $21, while a month
later this had dwindled to 72 cents.
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PACIFIC OCEAX TH4V El.
Berth and Meals Included in Fare
LEAVE FROM PIERS 9 AND 11
I,o« Angrlen. Saa •DU-po, • Santa Barbara
President or Gtov'n'r, Feb. IT: Mar. 3, 10, 2p. m.
Queen Feb. 24, 2 p. m.
•State of Cal-.Feb. 18, 20, 27; Mar. S, 11 a. on.
•Only steamer calling at Santa Barbara.
Seattle (Direct), Tacoma, Towneead,
Victoria, Vancouver, Alaska
President or Governor. .Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 11 a. m.
Queen Feb. 15, 11 a. m.
Tmatllla Feb. 25,2 p.m.
City of Puebla Feb. 18. Mar. 4, 3p. m.
Eureka < Hum hold t Bay)
Topeka...Feb. 12, Iβ, 21, 25; Mar. 2. 8. 13 neon
Alaska Cruises, 1913. Leave Seattle
Spokane.-June IS; July 2, Iβ, 30; Aug. 13,10 p.m.
Right reserved to change this tcbednle.
TICKET OFFICES— Palace Hotel, 653 Market
street, Iβ Market street and Broadway whirf.
Telephone Kearny 482.
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C. D. DUNANN. Passengtr Traffic Manager.
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31 .BEAR—Sails 12 noon to- I
I morrow, Friday, Feb. 14. 1
I Pint class $10. $12. $15. I
■ Second clsss. $c. Berth and I
I meals included. fl
PPAD I XOSTANGELES" i
ptMni ROSE ClTY—Sails 11 a. I
RFAVFDI m. Saturday. Feb. 15. First ■
Jl._ ~t!LI <?!■•■ *7.35. $8.33. Second I
ROaECITYH c!a * s *5-35. Berth and ■
»""••» VIII ■ meals included. «
TICKET OFFICES H
722 Market; tel. Sutrer 2344. N
6 KH«t st.; f>l. Sutter 2482. B
Oakland offlee. 122$ Broad. ■
H way; tel. Oakland 1314. ||
I Berkeley offlee. 2105 Suat- fl
W) I Sacramento, Jas. Warrack. B
JSr B 804 X st. 98
LN FWHCISCO&PORTIANDI
PACIFIC MAU-. g
HONOLULU. »hOJ
Round Trip *«• ™ w
THE 810 FOUR—"MoniCoUa, ,,
"Manchuria," "Korea," "Siberia,"
Also "China." "Persia" and 'NU* ,, tot
Honolulu, Japan, Manila, China-
Next (Jailing:
"MONGOLIA" Febreary 13
PANAMA L.IWE
For Mexico, Central America. Panama.
Connecting for Europe and Sonth America.
Next nalUnjt (paasanfera and freight):
"CITY OF PABA" February 14
jmXV EXPRESS, PASSEWOER
a s<l FREIGHT SERVICE DIRECT
FOR PANAMA AJTD NEW YORK
Next Baillne:
"AZTEC" (freifht only) »»b. 15
Full Informattoß at
General O«ce* 8M Pleed B1J«.
Ticket O«ce« T23 Market St.
rhon* Kearny 3g20.
©AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Tehuantepec Route
Regular Fast P'relebt Service
NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST
PORTS AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
sailing from New York every six days,
making direct connections with Pacific
steamers sailing from Salina Crua,
Mex., every six days for San Francisco.
PACIFIC COAST PORTS TO NEW
YORK. Also to Mexican and all prin
cipal European ports under through
rates and through bills of lading. Sail
ings from San Francisco every 12 days.
For rates and further particulars ap
ply to DEARBORN & LAPHAM, Gen
eral Agents. 8 Bridge street. New
York WILLTAMS, DIMOND & CO..
General Agents. Pacific Coaet.
310 Sansome St., San Francisco.
TOTO RISEN KAISHA
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
8. S. Nippon Mara (Intermediate serWce saloon
accommodations at reduced rates)
Friday. February 21. 1913
!8. 8. Tenyo Mara Saturday. March 1, 1913
iB. 8. Sbtnyo Marti (new), Tia Manil* direct
Saturday, March 22. 191.3
S. S. Chlyo Mare Saturday. April 19. 1013
Steemor* sail from rompany'i pier. No. 34,
near foot of Brannan et.. at 1 p. tn., for Yoko
hama and Honetong. calling at Honolulu, Kobe
(Hiogo) and Nagrsakt and Shanghai, and con
necting at Hongkong with steamer* for Manila,
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing. Round trip ticketa at reduced rate*.
For freight and paseaee apply at ofttc*. fourth
Boor Western Metropolis National Bank build-
Ine, 825 Market ft. W. H. AVKBY,
Assistant General Manager.
SYDNEY. 8 " 0 "^
AUSTRALIA 19 DAYS
VIA HONOLULU AND SAMOA
SPLENDID TWIN SCREW 10.0eO-ton «teamer«
-SIERRA." "SONOMA" aod "VENTURA."
$118 HONOLULU ffi^o SYDNEY $300
ROUND THE WORLD—I«OO first rehlo; S3BO
e«ond eabtn. via Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, etc.
literal Ktopo^era.
Honolulu Sellings—Feb. 23, Mar. 11. etc., 2
p. m.
Sydnej- Salllnire —>fnr. 11. April X «tc.,2p. m.
Write or wire NOW for berths. Send for
folder. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market
street. Phone Sutter 848.
AUSTRALIA
AND NEW ZEALAND
Sydne-y via Tahiti and Wellington
ft. 8. TAHITI (12.000 lone) (alls II a. m.. Mar. 5
8. S. MOANA (10,000 ton*) sails 11 a. m., April 2
8. 8. AORANOI (8.000 ton«> sails 11 a.m., Apl So
UIVION 8. 9. CO. OF \*. %.. Ltd.
HIND, ROLPH k. CO., General Agent*.
Tel. Doug. SIM. Ticket Office. 679 Market St.
I W» fcjgfctt 81-, 8. F. m^J2ilal!iii
UAIIfll 111 II s s - HONOLULAN. Feb. 18.
HURULULU H S LURLINB, March 4.
8. S. WILHELMINA. March
12. New f*t4>atn<>r», t.'S.OOO tons lilaplaeecuent.
\»%.ff Pier No. a>. Round trip. $1W up. Direct
wrvice ro the rolcano.
MATSO3I NAVIGATION COMPANY,
208 Market Street, San Franclictt,
t.
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